|DUFFY'S TAVERN TV SHOW|
This 1954 episode is entitled "Archie's singing contest" and stars Ed Gardner
Keywords: duffys tavern; ed gardner
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|Duffy's Tavern - Ed Gardner, Abe Burrows|
"Hullo, Duffy's Tavern, where the elite meet to eat, Archie the manager speaking, Duffy ain't here---oh, hullo, Duffy . . . " It may have been the most familiar stock opening line in the history of old-time radio comedy. The famous radio dive was one of those old-time radio birds that was at once a popular hit and a show onto which some of the biggest, or at least the most prestigious entertainers (including but not limited to Fred Allen and a few of his "Allen's Alley" demimonde, Clifton Fadima...
Keywords: Duffy's Tavern; old-time radio; Ed Gardner
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|Duffy's Tavern 44 04 25 Crosby And Hope ( Bob Crosby & Delores Hope)|
Duffy plans to do a radio show from the tavern with Dolores Hope and Bob Crosby, hoping they will bring along husband Bob and brother Bing.
Keywords: Duffy's Tavern; Ed Gardner; Bob Crosby; Comedy; Old Time Radio; OTR; Dolores Hope
|Sealtest Variety Theater 49 01 06 Guests Cornel Wilde And Ed Gardner|
Cornel Wilde joins Dorothy in a skit about a magazine editor and a very persistent writer. Dorothy visits Duffy's Tavern where Archie tries to get a singing job on Dorothy's show.
Keywords: Sealtest Variety Theater; Dorothy Lamour; Ed Gardner; Cornel Wilde; Comedy; Variety; Old Time Radio; OTR
|Command Performance 42 03 13 Kate Smith, Henny Youngman, Robert Benchley|
Kate Smith sings "How About You?". Henny Youngman tells a number of quick jokes. Barry Wood sings "It's Going To Be A Great Day". Ed Gardner does a routine as Archie of Duffy's Tavern about a pitcher with two heads. The studio audience sings "Keep The Home Fires Burning". Ted Husing gives the sports news. Robert Benchley discusses the facts of life.
Keywords: Command Performance; Kate Smith; Henny Youngman; Ed Gardner; Robert Benchley; Music; Comedy; Variety; Old Time Radio; OTR
|Command Performance 43 12 25 Christmas Special|
Bob Hope is the Master of Ceremonies for this special Christmas broadcast, with Dinah Shore, Jack Benny, Fred Allen, Jimmy Durante, Ed Gardner, Frances Langford, Ginny Simms, Merwyn Bogue, Kay Kyser and His Orchestra, and many others. Special messages to the troops from Washington, from Army Chief of Staff General George Marshall, Secretary Of The Navy Frank Knox, and the Secretary Of War Henry Stimson.
Keywords: Command Performance; Bob Hope; Dinah Shore; Jack Benny; Fred Allen; Ed Gardner; Jimmy Durante; Comedy; Variety; Old Time Radio; OTR